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May 19, 1900


JAMA. 1900;XXXIV(20):1264. doi:10.1001/jama.1900.02460200050006

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The meeting of the American Medical Association at Atlantic City, N. J., next month, promises to be one of the best attended of any yet held. While the West may not be so well represented as it would be were the place of meeting more centrally located, the attendance from the Eastern States will be greater than even at the Philadelphia meeting, judging from reports. The committees at Atlantic City are sparing no pains nor expense to make the meeting a successful and an enjoyable one. The hotel accommodations are ample and no fears need be had on this account.

Railroad rates—one and one-third on the certificate plan—are not satisfactory, as nothing short of half rates ever will be. It would seem that an association whose meetings are as largely attended as are those of the American Medical Association ought to be granted half rates on merely asking for them,

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